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For the wanderlust in you

Want to make the most out of your holiday and satisfy the travel enthusiast in you? You have come to the perfect place! Our location is situated near many tourist attractions in the Kandy district. If you want to deep dive into the History of Ceylon, we recommend you head towards one of the most devotional places of worship for the Buddhists around the globe; the Temple of the Tooth Relic.

If you are looking to reconnect with nature and relax, we recommend you wander towards the Pettigala Mountain Range, Rangala Natural Pool, Knuckles Mountain range, or Hulu Ganga. You can also satisfy the cricket enthusiast in you, we suggest you pay a visit to the Pallekele Cricket Stadium.

Pettigala Mountain Range

The Pettigala hiking area is located approximately 5km from our premises.

Pettigala is a hiking destination located in the Teldeniya area near Kandy, Sri Lanka. Although it is a bit difficult to go to the top of the road that falls through a jungle environment. Finally, a beautiful view of Victoria Reservoir and other mountain ranges can be seen from the top of Pettigala. So it is a much-needed hike, that offered views that well and truly exceeded expectations!

Rangala Natural Pool

Located 27km away from the Kandy Bungalow.

Rangala Natural Pool is a beautiful natural situated in Rangala in the central province of Sri Lanka. It’s one of the best natural pool in the knuckles area.

The road is beautiful on both sides. It has to go through tea estates, fields, mountains, and beautiful streams.

The water body is crystal clear and it is a great place to take colorful photographs. The pool is a part of the Kotaganga Stream, and that can also be viewed from the Kotaganga bridge. The deepest end of the pool is about 30 feet which makes it a dangerous pool to swim in.

Sri Dalada Maligawa

Just 17km from the Kandy Bungalow

The temple which carries a lot of value to Buddhists all over the world also has immense cultural value. Guarded and venerated by the ancient kings, this sacred tooth was once feared to have been burnt by the Portuguese, only for these claims to be falsified soon afterward. The architecture is of unique Kandyan architectural style with a combination of the unique style used to build “Dalada Mandira” the shrines which housed the Sacred Tooth Relic previously in other kingdoms.

The best time to visit the temple is for the evening Pujawa (ceremony). The traditional drum beats create an ambiance of anticipation and mystery, which is rather fitting considering that the tooth itself, is never seen.


Distance approximately 33km from the Kandy Bungalow

The summit is located right on the border of Matale and Kandy districts and shares the same ridge that forms Hathale min-worlds end and Hunnasgiriya mountain. It is located at a height of 1175 m and has become a trending location with an amazing viewpoint.
Once at the top enjoy the panoramic views and try to identify the giants surrounding the area. There’s a nearby peak you can hike up as well for better views. The top can be windy, chilly, and heavily foggy so be prepared for such conditions.

Knuckles Mountain range

35km away from the Bungalow

The Knuckles Mountain Range covers parts of the Kandy and Matale districts and is separated from the Central Hills by the Mahaweli Valley to the South and East and the Matale Valley to the West.

The importance of the Knuckles Mountain Range is obtained from several factors. It has a parasitical quality to it because of the mountain peaks, the crystal clear and perennial waterways, cloud forests, and exquisite fauna and flora. Pregnant with history running into several millennia and a veritable treasure house of cultural heritage, the Knuckles Mountain Range can be considered as a mirror to the past.

Knuckles mountain range and forest reserve is a world-famous destination for hiking, trekking, bird watching, camping, and many other adventure activities.

Nuwara Eliya

Two and half hour drive (100 km) from Kandy Bungalow.

Often referred to as ‘Little England’, Nuwara Eliya is a major tourist attraction in Sri Lanka. The city name meaning is “city on the plain (table land)” or “city of light”. The city is the administrative capital of the Nuwara Eliya District, with a picturesque landscape and temperate climate. Its unique climate, and often covered with an early morning mist and the cold tangy air and its fresh atmosphere offers a typical English environment. Nuwara Eliya is located at an altitude of 1,868 m (6,128 ft) and is considered to be the most important location for Tea production in Sri Lanka. The city is overlooked by Pidurutalagala, the tallest mountain in Sri Lanka.

Pallekala Cricket Stadium

Just 4km from the Bungalow

Pallekele International Cricket Stadium also known as Muttiah Muralitharan International Cricket Stadium is one of the newest cricket stadiums in Sri Lanka and the newest in the city of Kandy. The stadium has been renamed as the Muttiah Muralitharan International Cricket Stadium. In July 2010, The Central Provincial Council in Kandy unanimously made the renaming decision to honor the legendary Sri Lankan cricketer Muttiah Muralitharan, an Antonian and Kandy native.

The stadium was declared opened on 27 November 2009. Muttiah Muralitharan International Cricket Stadium became the 104th Test venue in the world in December 2010. The first Test was played between Sri Lanka and the West Indies from 1–5 December. The stadium is Sri Lanka’s eighth Test venue. It is notable that the venue does not feature Muralitharan name on signage. It’s a 10 minutes’ drive from the Bungalow.